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SMT Africa for Sennebogen

SMT Africa has signed a dealership agreement with Sennebogen to cover Northern, Western and Central Africa.
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The deal sees SMT Africa supply Sennebogen Green Line materials handling equipment for applications including ports, recycling and mining.

Sennebogen, one of the world’s leading materials handling equipment manufacturers, will use services provided by SMT to build strong relationships in these important African markets.

For SMT, the agreement broadens its product range Sennebogen Green Line equipment, and strengthens its position in the heavy equipment market.

As SMT has been a long-term partner of Sennebogen in Europe for over 20 years, SMT Africa will capitalise on this experience to distribute Sennebogen Green Line products and services via its network of local offices and workshops.

“We are delighted to take on this new challenge that strengthens our position in Africa,” said Christophe Blazère, CEO of SMT Africa. “SMT Africa is committed to take the Sennebogen business to the next level, delivering the highest service standards for the benefit of our African customers.”

Sennebogen’s versatile materials handlers are used in many applications such as ports, scrap, steel mills, recycling, waste, mining, logs and packaged timber. Belgium-based SMT group provides a broad range of advanced products, services and solutions for the transport and construction sectors across Europe and Africa.

 

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